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Government looks for more savings from property

Tue, 20 Sep 2011


The government's launched a review of the properties it owns with the aim of selling off surplus assets.

In the last couple of years, £1.85 million worth of property has been sold off.

Now there's to be a co-ordinated review across all departments of what buildings they own, why they continue to be held and whether or not they're still needed.

Andrew Wallis is Head of Asset Management at the Department of Infrastructure [play clip]

 

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